The Regulation of New Warfare
The Politic
March 2010.

Militares Privados: Beneficios Vs Politica Publica.
Politica Exterior
Septiembre 2008, p. 65-78

Outsourcing The Fight
June 5, 2008

Lessons Not Learned: Contracting Out Iraqi Army Advising
The Brookings Institution
May 12, 2008

The Roger Clemens of War
December 14, 2007

Armed Forces Journal
November, 2007

Seven Questions: The Hired Guns of Iraq
Foreign Policy
October, 2007

Outlook: Break the Blackwater Habit
Washington Post
Oct 8, 2007

Les Etats-Unis et les societes militaries privees
La Defense, p. 22-24.
Septembre-Octobre, 2007

Private Military Firms

Sure, He’s Got Guns for Hire. But They’re Just Not Worth It.
Washington Post
Oct 7, 2007

The Dark Truth about Blackwater
Oct 2, 2007

‘Can’t Win With ‘Em, Can’t Go to War Without ‘Em’: Six Questions for P.W. Singer
Sept 30, 2007

Banned in Baghdad
Sept 17, 2007

Can’t Win With ‘Em, Can’t Go To War Without ‘Em: Private Military Contractors and Counterinsurgency
Brookings Institute
Sept 27, 2007

Frequently Asked Questions on the UCMJ Change and its Applicability to Private Military Contractors
January 12, 2007

The Law Catches Up To Private Militaries, Embeds
Defence Tech
January 3, 2007

Humanitarian Principles, Private Military Agents: Some Implications of the Privatized Military Industry for the Humanitarian Community
Resetting the Rules of Engagement: Trends and Issues in Military–Humanitarian Relations
February 2006

Outsourcing War
Foreign Affairs

The Contract the Military Needs to Break
The Washington Post

Should Humanitarians Use Private Military Services?
Humanitarian Affairs Review
Summer 2004

Nation Builders and Low Bidders in Iraq
The New York Times

Beyond the Law
The Guardian (UK)

Outsourcing the War

The Humanitarian Transformation: Expanding Global Intervention Capacitywritten with Michael E. O’Hanlon
Spring 2004

War, Profits, and the Vacuum of Law: Privatized Military Firms and International Law
Columbia Journal of Transnational Law
Spring 2004

Warriors for Hire in Iraq

The Dogs of War Go Corporate
The London News Review

The Enron Pentagon
The Boston Globe

Have Guns, Will Travel
The New York Times

Peacekeepers, Inc.
Policy Review
June 2003

The Ultimate Military Entrepreneur
Military History Quarterly
Spring 2003.

Corporate Warriors: The Rise and Ramifications of the Privatized Military Industry
International Security

Arguments Against Federalization Flimsy
The Balitmore Sun

Some Things Just Can’t Be Handed Off
Los Angeles Times